|The experimental Pulsar NSP (Navigation/Anti-collision Strobe/Position) wingtip lights are designed to be installed on the wingtips of an aircraft where the navigation (red and green) and position (white) lights can be seen to determine the direction of the aircraft.|
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I had a problem with radio interference with some light that I was using. Purchased and installed the Aeroleds and no interference. Reports are that the lights are very bright.
AEROLEDS PULSAR NSP WINGTIP NAVIGATION / STROBE / POSITION LIGHT PAIR NON TSO 12V
These appear to be very well made and are extremely bright !
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Yes. They do have a UV coating.
The Pulsar NSP units have a single flash pattern. The dwell time for the flash is 0.190 Seconds, the off time is 1.27 Seconds and the total period is 1.46 seconds. The light has a 13% duty cycle.
Per the vendor, yes these would be legal for night flight and IFR on an experimental aircraft.
5 years from date of purchase if unit was registered.